Green Honeycreeper – Purple Honeycreeper – Video at Feeder

From the YouTube video description:

Located at 1,200 feet in the mountains of the Northern Range, seven miles north of the town of Arima, the Asa Wright Nature Centre (AWNC) is a world-class natural history destination for students of tropical ecology and is of particular interest to birdwatchers. A hand-held VX2000 provided these shots of a Green Honeycreeper, a Purple Honeycreeper and of course what I believe to be a White necked Jacobin Hummingbird visiting the nectar feeders.

Video of Hawaiian ‘I’iwi Bird – Honeycreepers

Even though this is red not blue, it is a stunning video with a great message. From the YouTube description:

Filmed at The Nature Conservancy’s Waikamoi Preserve on Maui, this short video shows the perfect fit between the long bill of the scarlet ‘i’iwi, a native honeycreeper, and the curved, tubular flower of the blue ‘ōpelu, a native lobelia. This is a text book example of “co-evolution” — a phenomenon in which two interacting species, typically an animal and a plant, evolve together in ways that are beneficial to both. In Hawai’i, honeycreepers and lobeliads evolved in a tight relationship of feeding. The fit of beak to flower is often so precise that the bird can draw nectar while maintaining a clear view of the world, alert for avian predators such as hawks and owls.